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She is defined and differentiated with reference to man and not he with reference to her; she is the incidental, the inessential as opposed to the essential.
This means that all fixed point classes are simultaneously essential or inessential.
His poetry some of which is included in Pure Act, illustrates how his work mirrors his life purpose to strip away the inessential. His experimental poems use repetition of syllables and words and are written in short vertical lines strung down the page.
The alternative is assessing what's absolutely essential to maintain everyone's life, looking honestly and thoroughly at all expenditures of energy and eliminating what is inessential to survival.
Some of our customers put plenty more information in their BoM that is useful but inessential.
There are two good reasons to make what might otherwise seem an inessential new biopic of Ronnie and Reggie Kray--and both of them, as it happens, take the formidable form of Tom Hardy.
Think of the big data-scape as a kind of free trade- zone in which "trade" is analogous to process: i.e., data moves from box to box, with minimal restriction or interference and without platform-specific embargoes from inessential interposing boxes.
F is inessential in [A.sub.[partial derivative]U] ([bar.U],E);
While their restoration might be seen as inessential given the sheer scope of Haiti's housing problems, she believes it is imperative to protect the troubled country's architectural heritage.
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Most consumers consider herbal/traditional products not as effective as pharmaceuticals or use these to complement pharmaceuticals, hence making them inessential during times of financial strain.